Much of the Network's information will be free to access. Details of membership subscriptions are currently being worked out through consultation with interested potential members and others.
“Rewilding is about letting nature do its thing and take care of itself, but it's also about people. People lie at the heart of rewilding, and people need to choose to rewild to make it happen. The Rewilding Network will be Britain's first learning and action network dedicated to supporting people who want to put rewilding into practice,” said Rebecca Wrigley.
Restoring nature on a huge scale across Britain's land and sea – including native forests and woodlands, peatlands, rivers, moorlands and saltmarshes, while boosting nature-friendly farming – can be achieved without loss of productive farmland.
Rewilding Britain wants rewilding to flourish across Britain – to tackle the climate emergency and extinction crisis, reconnect people with nature, and inspire individuals and communities through new opportunities that help them thrive.
To support the Rewilding Network crowdfunding appeal and find out more, visit rewildingbritain.org.uk.